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prugno

I finally came up to building a three-dimensional scanner wich uses a Sharp IR sensor and two digital servos.
Uses arduino mini
transmits tabular data to a 3D plotting software.

Here's the link

https://sites.google.com/site/imager3d/


MarkT

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robtillaart

Now add this to a 3D printer ...

Can you post the code please?
Rob Tillaart

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prugno

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Mar 17, 2011, 06:20 pm Last Edit: Mar 17, 2011, 06:36 pm by prugno Reason: 1
Hey here' s the code. It' s not in the final version. It simply returns position readings from the two servos and the measured distance, linearized, in centimeters.
This thing is an experimentation, infact it' s too slow to be mounted on any robot platform (takes about 15 minutes to scan). In the near future I' ll try to build a 3-dimensional LIDAR like scanner. For info about this, please visit the site!

Hope this helps
Have a good day people

robtillaart

Thanks for the code, it might inspire many people!
Rob Tillaart

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